South Auckland’s largest provider of quality primary healthcare to Pasifika

O Total Healthcare o le ‘au’aunaga fa’alēsoifua malōlōina muamua, e sili ona telē i Aukilani i Saute, o loó tautuaina tagata Pasefika.

Total Healthcare Charitable Trust is an Auckland primary health organisation that contracts the delivery of health services to more than 230,000 patients in Counties Manukau, Auckland and Waitemata district health board areas.

The PHO is unique in that it has only one provider organisation: Tāmaki Health,  which is the management services organisation (MSO) for Local Doctors and White Cross clinics.

Through our provider, we serve nearly 80,000 Pacific patients, including 54,700 in the Counties Manukau area, making us the largest primary health provider to Pasifika in South Auckland.

A high proportion of our patients are high needs, which means we understand how to deliver high-quality, convenient and affordable services 24/7 to people from a range of different backgrounds and circumstances.

As well as receiving regular medical care, when eligible patients enrol with one of our clinics, they can access additional services that are free or at reduced cost.

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